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PERSONAL

The Primate and the Dean, with the concurrence of the Chapter, and according to the Cathedral statute, have appointed the Rev. L. R. Nevill, M.A., F.S A , vicar of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Mr Nevill, who took an honor degree at Oxford, is vicar of V est Hanney, Berkshire, England, to which position he was appointed by the dean and chapter of Salishurv. Mr Nevill formerly declined the position which he has now accepted at the urgent request of the Primate. The Rev. G. Fyncs-Clinton, vicar of Gladstone, Invercargill, has been appointed a canon of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Mr Fyncs-Clinton lias a very long record of service in the diocese, and has been a hard-working and conscientious parish clergyman. The Earl of Aberdeen, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland has resigned for private reasons. It is rumored that Lord Wimborne will succeed him. “ Our Own ” wires from Wellington that the Rhodes Scholarship this year has been awarded to Mr IT. S Richards, of Canterbury' College. This is the first time that Hue Rhodes Scholarship has come from Canterbury. Mr 11. E-. Moiler, chairman of the Otago Harbor Board, who has been visiting Rotorua, was to leave Auckland this afternoon for the South. Mr Mollor is much improved in health. At Court Excelsior’s (A.0.F.) meeting," held last night, it was decided to congratulate P.D C Bro. A, Walker, the successful candidate for Dunedin North.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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